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Start menu and other apps/programs non-responsive/disappeared

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#1 Belix


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Posted 15 July 2016 - 06:15 PM

My gfs dell updated to 10 unknowingly and has been a major nightmare since. Dell dock doesn't run and also fails to send error reports. Start menu won't start, windows store app disappeared after failing to open, experiencing same problem with explorer edge(I think it was called). I can't find my trash/recycle bin either lol. I'm a computer novice and would love some help resolving these issues.
Also sorry if this is in the wrong spot or has been asked before, I've only been on the site for about an hour.

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#2 ZeroForge


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Posted 15 July 2016 - 09:44 PM

Hi, Belix!


Have you tried rolling back to the previous version of Windows?  This is only available 31 days after the upgrade.  You can try the guide at the Windows TenForums: http://www.tenforums.com/tutorials/4097-windows-10-go-back-previous-windows.html#option1


If your are not sure how to start the computer in Advanced Startup Options, their are links on the previous guide for more info.


Hope this helps!


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